. . . Or hide it so as not to give away what advantage you have over your enemy. I'm a bit divided on the subject, sometimes I do sometimes I don't. I mean it's good to know weather your up against Khorne, Tzeentch, Nurgle or Slaanesh as an enemy player as you'll change your plan of attack accordingly. So are we giving our opponent the edge of knowledge by wearing our god marks with pride? On the other hand it's good to let your Sorcerer know weather you can be healed or not, usually I'll look for the typical red glowing shoulder pad and just pass over him for a Khornite and move on to the next healable target. So, do you hide your god mark strategically? or do you wear it with pride letting your Sorcerer know weather to help you or not. One strategy I've been using lately is to make my TA look as much like a Sorcerer as possible -winged helm with star in middle- so they think my walking wall of dead meat Nurgle Assault Marine is a weak target / sorcerer. Or wearing the round default helm and hiding my god marks so I look as much like LSM as possible for sneaky tactics - works well on Iron Warriors.